Do I need blepharoplasty? Maybe ptosis? I'm 27 and have dark circles and bags very noticeable. (photos)
Doctor Answers 2
You have profound levator dehiscence with compensatory eyebrow elevation.
We call this latent ptosis. This makes your upper eyelids look very hollow and depleted. Surgery is needed to repair the anterior levator. Unfortunately even some very experienced surgeons to not understand this issue. By repairing the disinserted tendons inside the eyelids, the eyelids will be better supported and the eyebrows will relax helping to restore your appearance. Surgery, not fillers is the answer here.
You have some ptosis of the right upper lid. This can be fixed surgically. See an oculoplastic surgeon to evaluate the eyelid muscles and determine what surgery would be best for you. You lower lids don't look bad. They are a little hollow so some filler here would help.